8 persons injured in road accident in Handwara
Srinagar: At least eight people were injured in a road accident in north Kashmir’s Handwara town on Tuesday.
As per news agency GNS, two cars (JK-03D 1656 and JK-09B 9881) collided at Tutigund area on Kupwara-Srinagar national highway resulting in injuries to eight persons.
The injured have been identified as Mohammad Asif Peer (20), resident of Kandi Khaas; Abdul Majeed Magray (26), resident of Kandi; Firdous Ahmad Sofi (20), resident of Ashpore; Safoora Begum (30), resident of Kandi; Aamir Manzoor Ganie (18), resident of Hangah; Abdul Hameed Lone (38), resident of Radbugh; Rayees Ahmad War (18), resident of Lawoosa, and Irshad Ahmad Rather (30), resident of Kandi.
All the injured were shifted to District Hospital Handwara for the treatment, GNS reported.
A police official said a case has been registered under relevant sections and further investigation has been taken up.